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Cedar Grove Chamber of Commerce Awards Scholarships

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l-r: Alisa Patel, Ava Fernandez, Joseph Lipman Chamber Trustee, Margaret Amireh, Chamber VP, Michelle Girardi, Scholarship Chair; James Raymond; Chamber Treasurer and Dylan Giacobbe. Credits: Courtesy of Cedar Grove Chamber of Commerce
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CEDAR GROVE, NJ  - The Cedar Grove Chamber of Commerce Foundation was pleased to award three $1,500 scholarships to those students that have demonstrated achievement in the areas of arts, academics, business, media or vocational education.  They were awarded on Tuesday night in the Cedar Grove HS auditorium to Alisa Patel, Ava Fernandez, and Dylan Giacobbe.  Congratulations to these winners and to the Class of 2018.

For more information about the 2019 Foundation Scholarship program, please contact the Chairperson Ms. Michelle Girardi, girardi.michelle1@gmail.com.

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